Women's Club

The Community House Women's Club (TCHWC), founded in 1993, is a club for all women over the age of 50. The purpose of the club is to provide fellowship, programs and activities for the membership.

Click HERE to see how the TCH Women's Club came to be.

 

MEMBERSHIP

The membership dues are $40 per year, payable by December 31 of the current year for the following year. There is an additional $10 late fee for those members mailing checks after December 31. The dues are prorated for members joining throughout the year. See what TCHWC did last year.

 

MEETINGS

The TCHWC meets at The Community House on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. During the month of October the OUR TOWN Art Show & Sale at The Community House sometimes preempts us, and we meet only on the fourth Tuesday. We have a meeting on the second Tuesday during the months of November and December. The meetings begin promptly at 10:30AM with brief announcements, and the program for the day is introduced. A luncheon is served following the program.

Guests are always welcome and encouraged! After two meetings, it is suggested that a guest consider a TCHWC membership. Click HERE for our Membership Application Form.

To obtain further information about the meetings and luncheon procedures, please view our Vision Newsletter.

 

INTEREST GROUPS

We offer participation in the following Interest Groups: Happy Hour, Golf, Movies, and Theatre. Only TCHWC members may belong to these groups.

 

VISION NEWSLETTER

The Vision Newsletter is published four times a year in the months of March, June, September and December. The newsletter contains information about upcoming programs, current interest groups, special events, luncheon procedures and menus, new members and a message from the president plus other miscellaneous items.

 


 

 

 

Time To Get Involved

Start your philanthropic journey with The Community House and become a part of our extraordinary legacy. Whether it's a gift of your time, talent or treasure, we welcome your involvement with our organization as we strive to preserve the house people have been calling home for over a century. The time is now!

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